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Warren-Barber is new BES principal

The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) welcomes another familiar face back home as Markeita Warren-Barber has been selected as the new principal for Bethune Elementary School (BES).

Warren-Barber has worked for three years as an assistant principal at Seven Oaks Elementary School in Lexington-Richland 5. Prior to that, she was an assistant administrator at Blaney Elementary School for a year and taught 3rd Grade at Jackson Elementary School for four years. Warren-Barber also taught in Lee County and Richland School District 1.

“I am impressed with Ms. Warren-Barber’s passion for education and young children,” KCSD District Superintendent Dr. Shane Robbins. “She has great insight in ensuring that rural students have valuable learning opportunities.” 

A native of Camden and graduate of Camden High School, Warren-Barber holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from the College of Charleston, a Masters of Education degree in Instructional Accommodations from Francis Marion University, and a Masters of Education degree in Administration and Supervision from Southern Wesleyan University.

Warren-Barber was the 2013 Teacher of the Year for Jackson Elementary School and has completed the S.C. Department of Education’s Developing Aspiring Principals Program and Assistant Principal Program for Leadership Excellence.